“Rise” in the news
|rise to power|
Publications and example sentences
· Home Minister Amit Shah speaks to all CMs, seeks their views on extension of lockdown →
As on Thursday, the death toll due to COVID-19 rose to 4,531 and the number of cases climbed to 1,58,333 in the country.
· House holds moment of silence to honor the 100,000 dead from coronavirus →
The state reported 599 new known COVID-19 cases on Wednesday with 22 known deaths, according to Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services, the highest recorded daily rise since the pandemic began there.
· Gold As The Axis Of Investment →
The rise in gold price since the August 2018 low has been steady and is accelerating lately.
· SJW Group Is Cheaper, But Not Cheap Enough →
Operating expenses rose sharply in Q1 as well, increasing from $65 million to $100 million as water production costs rose from $27 million to $44 million.
· Decline in jobs and incomes eases as coronavirus restrictions begin to lift, ANU survey finds →
Employment levelled out and average hours worked rose in May, but more than half of Australians remain anxious
· Quarantine cooking's seven biggest trends – power ranked by Adam Liaw →
A recipe from one of the global epicentres of the virus, cooked across New York by the young and housebound; a star on the rise; an explosive(ish) interview, complete with allegations of racism, celebrity feuds, and a good ol’ fashioned cancelling.
· Coronavirus latest: at a glance →
Deaths from coronavirus in Italy rose by 70 on Thursday, down from 117 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 33,142.
· The Guardian view on Covid-19 and cults of strength: the weakest response →
Yet the US is leading the world for coronavirus cases and fatalities, with 100,000 deaths, and the toll is rising as the lockdown eases.
The Wall Street Journal
· Pending Home Sales Plunge, but Housing Market Shows Signs of Recovery →
Pending home sales plummeted in April as unemployment rose and Americans stayed indoors, but real-estate brokers and economists are already pointing to early signs that the housing market is on the rebound.
· Citi Trends, Inc. (CTRN) CEO David Makuen on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Our people are the heart and soul of Citi Trends and alongside many other priorities in their own personal lives, they rose to the challenge of balancing life needs with the needs of the business.